Join photographer Alina Kisina for an illuminating Photo-walk exploring the East End from a different perspective. Designed especially for Photomonth, this hugely popular event will include an introduction to Alina’s work and her favourite techniques, a walk to explore the image of the city through its reflections and will be followed by a return to the studio for the group to share their favourite images. Refreshments will be provided.
Where: Meet in the Education Room @ Studios
Cost/Booking: £10 and advance booking essential, direct with artist.
This event is part of our Without Walls programme taking place throughout Chisenhale Art Place, which includes more photography related events. Please see the full programme here
A unique two part collaborative workshop for adults, run in conjunction with Alicia Paz’s Laughing Walls exhibition at the Blyth Gallery.
Part 1 visually explores the theme of ‘the Mask’ using an exciting range of techniques and materials to create illusion and materiality.
Part 2 explores themes of duality and the juggling of opposites within (y)ourselves, through simple movement tasks and dance.
Please read full workshop information here.
Where: Studio 4, 1st floor @ Studios then Dance Space
Cost/Booking:Free but please email us to reserve a place.
This event is part of our Without Walls programme taking place throughout Chisenhale Art Place. Please see the full programme here
An exciting new two part collaborative workshop exploring imaginary characters and feelings through mask making (using pompoms, feathers, glitter, paint) and movement (expressed through dance, shadows and silhouettes). Suitable for children 6-12 and their parents/carers. Read more detailed information here.
Where: Meet in the Education Room @ Studios. Half way through we’ll move up to Dance Space.
Cost/Booking: Free to attend but please email us to reserve a place in advance.
Afterwards, why not drop into Studio4 to see a display of work produced in collaboration with Chisenhale Primary School, Old Ford Art Group and Bethnal Green Road Market Traders, by Studio4 resident Byzantia Harlow.
Where: Studio4, 1st floor @ Studios. 2-4pm
Cost/Booking: Free, drop-in
These events are part of our Without Walls programme taking place throughout Chisenhale Art Place. Please see the full programme here
Without Walls is a fortnight of collaborative events, curated by members of Chisenhale Art Place.
Please click here to see all the exciting events we have lined up!
Unfolding and Fulfilling our Creativity: A Woman’s Experience
Saturday 19 March 2pm-3.30pm FREE
Alina Kisina will share her experience as a photographic artist, how she develops ideas, the organic nature of her approach to making work and her enthusiasm for the medium of photography – the way it enables us to see and explore the world from new perspectives. These topics will be discussed with the audience in the context of how women relate to their creativity, explore their own artistic expression and cultural self confidence.
Date:Saturday 19 March 2pm-3.30pm
FREE but please book your place in advance through email@example.com
Venue: 64-84 Chisenhale Road E3 5QZ Bethnal Green/Bow tube
For more details contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Are you hungry for stories? Looking for a new adventure?
Swap your old children’s books and take home some new ones!
Saturday 13th February 2016
Chisenhale Art Place will be participating in the fifth annual London Children’s Book Swap, which will take place in over fifty different family friendly arts and cultural venues located across London. Everyone is welcome, so start gathering your old books to bring along!
You are also welcome to take part in the Creative Saturdays that take place every Saturday at Chisenhale Art Place. Fun family arts sessions run from 10.30 am-12.30 at Chisenahle Studios.
Or, if you want to get the kids moving, try Chisenhale Dance Space’s energetic children’s classes. Times are between 10.00-1.00pm
Further details from Yasmin@chisenhale.co.uk or phone 020 8981 1916 or on our websites:
www.chisenhale.co.uk/chisenhale (for art workshops)
www.chisenhaledancespace.co.uk (for creative dance)
Young people from Whitechapel Gallery’s Photomonth workshop continued to work with Ukrainian photographer Alina Kisina on a short term project to develop a body of work. This initiative developed by Photomonth involved sessions in her Chisenhale studio and around East London learning about photography equipment, different techniques and developing their individual styles.
On Saturday 21st November 2015, after six weeks, they held an exhibition of their photographs and working processes at Chisenhale Art Place.
Disco Mômo is an open studio event following Joey Ryken’s recent residency at Chisenhale Studios during which he and his collaborator Boricua Octoplasmites (De Nada Unidos) have developed interactive sculptures, or ‘spectacular organs’, as part of their ongoing para-discotheque Disco Mômo; using embodied technologies to affect social reality in experimental ways.
Come measure the action and intensity with your own sensorplasmatrona!
For the month of November David MacDiarmid, Fritha Jenkins and Rebecca Glover will turn Chisenhale’s Studio 4 into a temporary office space for their ongoing project Expedition to the Icebergs.
They will use the space to consolidate and develop their Arctic research through a series of discussions, interviews and events.
What do you think you’ll make?
I dunno, jelly moulds for icebergs.
Some Arctic clairvoyance.
Expedition to the Icebergs is a collaboration between three artists to realise their long-held dream of travelling to the Arctic. It will bring together their separate artistic ambitions for the project, and focus upon the sharing of ideas and practices with others to eventually reach their common goal.
Photo by Manu Valcarce at Chisenhale Studios
Chisenhale Art Place Members (Chisenhale Studios, Chisenhale Gallery and Chisenhale Dance Space) opened the doors for a free weekend of open studios, exhibition, performance and events. Thanks to everyone who joined us, we found it very inspiring and rewarding and feedback tells us visitors did too!
The activities that took place included
Most of our 40 artists were in their studios throughout the weekend, discussing their work and enjoying many a great conversation with visitors.
And the Studios at Chisenhale Dance Space were open for visitors to see live rehearsals on Saturday and Sunday.
Emerging artists from our inaugural professional development programme ‘Into the Wild’ held a group show in Studios 2 & 4, curated by Emma Warburton and Bar Yerushulmi. Special performances were also held on Friday night in the main studio at Chisenhale Dance Space.
Exhibitions of community artwork by:
A collection of photographs from members of this user-led mental health photography group, that regularly use Chisenhale Studios Education Room as their base to discuss and develop their work.
Chisenhale Primary School
A selection of work was exhibited from Chisenhale Primary School students who have taken part in the National Arts Awards, led by local artist Sara Heywood. The programme aims to inspire young people to grow their arts and leadership talents: it’s creative, valuable and accessible and we’re proud to be involved.
Plus some hands-on workshops led by studio artists:
Dry point printing workshop with Kate Hardy
Portrait workshop with Vincent Milne
Artist talk by Alina Kisina
Tempura Painting workshop with Joy Girvin
Chisenhale Gallery was open extra hours, showing the current exhibition by Jumana Manana. A special screening was held on Saturday, with introductory talk and discussion.
Photo by Manu Valcarce at Chisenhale Studios